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  2. TIDES, SUN AND MOON

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 74 words
  3. MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 88 words
  4. ARMY CHIEF AT SELLHEIM CAMP

    The Chief of the General Staff, Lieut. General Sir Sydney Rowell, K.B.C., C.B. was among those who visited and were impressed by the C.M.F. camp at Sellheim. Left to right: Brigadier Wade (commander of 11th Infantry Brigade), Sir Sydney Rowell and Major General Harlock C.B.E., General Officer Commanding Northern ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 105 words
  5. MERCY HELICOPTER TO AID OF WOUNDED 2000 Needing Succour

    HANOI, May 13.—A mercy helicopter will land French representatives amid the ruins of Dien Bien Phu to arrange with rebels the repatriation of about 2000 seriously wounded French troops ...

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  6. BRISBANE GAS PRICE REDUCTION

    BRISBANE, May 13.—A total of 30,000 gas consumers of the South Brisbane Gas and Light Co. ...

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  7. 70,000 TONS CARGO DELAYED THROUGH WHARF STOPPAGES

    BRISBANE, May 13.—About 70,000 tons of cargo have been delayed by waterfront stoppages in eight Queensland ports within the last two months. In that period it is estimated that 100,000 man hours have been ...

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  8. AUSTRALIA BATTLING FOR CALM WATERS INSIDE REEF

    MELBOURNE, May 13.—H.M.A.S. Australia, with the stricken Dutch navy landing craft in tow is battling against strong headwinds, heavy seas and swell to reach the calmer waters inside the Barrier Reef. ...

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  9. TREATMENT BEHIND IRON CURTAIN VILE

    MELBOURNE, May 13.—The 10,000 ton "happy migrant ship" Skaubryn reached Melbourne to-day with hundreds of passengers telling of "sub human" treatment behind the iron curtain. ...

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  10. EVATT SAYS MENZIES IS A "FRAUD"

    HOBART, May 13.—The Prime Minister was a fraud to say that Labour policy on margins was a ...

    Article : 75 words
  11. CRUSHING AT BABINDA DELAY

    CAIRNS, May 13.—The chairman of directors of the Babinda sugar mill, Mr. R. H. Watson, said to-day that the ...

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  12. MENZIES AMAZED BY HEARING

    HOBART, May 13.—Large cheering audiences gathered around the Prime Minister ...

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  13. Candidate's Assurance To Timber

    CAIRNS, May 13.—In Cairns to-day, Mr. T. V. Gilmore, C.P., candidate for Letchhardt, assured those ...

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  14. Tully's Record Sugar Season

    TULLY, May 12.—Tully Sugar Mill officials stated to-day that the completion of the pre-crushing estimate of ...

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  15. Inter-union Dissension Deplorable

    BRISBANE, May 13.—"It seems to me that any custom or practice, which leads to dissention between unions, ...

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  16. DAJARRA - MOONAH CREEK RAILWAY LINK ADVOCATED

    LONGREACH, May 13.—The need for the immediate extension of the railway from Dajarra to Noonah Creek, with good watering and trucking, was stressed to-day. The recommendation was ...

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  17. C.W.A. Opposed To Liquor In Cafes

    BRISBANE, May 13.—A protest against any move to serve alcoholic liquor in cafes was carried at the ...

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  18. ENGINEERING FELLOWSHIP

    MACKAY, May 13.— A fellowship in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the ...

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  19. Marathon Pianist Strums 60 Hours

    SYDNEY, May 13.—"Tea for Two" in 2000 variations has so far been played by Bobby Burns (24), ...

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  20. Clown May Swallow A Cane Knife

    MELBOURNE, May 13. —Nineteen-year-old Yugoslav, Joseph Agoston, a clown by profession, ...

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  21. U.S. Hopes For Pact on Asia

    NEW YORK, May 13.— The United States has not abandoned hope of organising an Asian pact against ...

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  22. EFFECT OF STRIKE ON MACKAY

    MACKAY, May 13.—Mackay district wharf [?] and sugar industry workmen will lose thousands of pounds ...

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  23. THE SHEEP'S BACK AGAIN

    BRISBANE, May 13.— For the 10 months ended April, 3,271,282 bales of wool sold to ...

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  24. SEASON'S TOBACCO IS NEAR £2,000,000

    MAREEBA, May 13.—Good prices which have been received at tobacco sales to date this season have put fresh heart in many growers. Value of this season's crop may near £2,000,000. ...

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  25. Plant Will Treat Zinc Concentrates

    MOUNT ISA, May 18.—Mt. Isa Mines Ltd. will build a large zinc concentrates treatment plant in Queensland. ...

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  26. Steel Ship Taken Off, Lost Money

    SYDNEY, May 13.—A l000-ton steel freighter has been taken off the Port Kembla-Brisbane run ...

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  27. Church Leader Retiring Soon

    BRISBANE, May 13.—The principal of Queensland's oldest University College, Emmanuel (The ...

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  28. A.R.U. Opposes Railway Unit

    ROCKHAMPTON, May 13. —The decision of the railway commissioner to set up within the railways a military ...

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  29. Shipping Loss Nears £150,000

    MELBOURNE, May 13.— Australian shipping companies had lost nearly £150,000 on their ships in the ...

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  30. Change Leaders

    SYDNEY, May 13.—Control officials will constantly change the leaders in this year's 9,600-mile car ...

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  31. £8 PENSION SCHEME FOR WHARF MEN

    ROCKHAMPTON, May 13. —A pension scheme of £8 a week on retirement for waterside workers was ...

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  32. DISCHARGE OF CARGO DOUBTFUL

    CAIRNS, May 13.—The Adelaide Steampship Co.'s tourist liner Manunda, which berthed at Cairns on ...

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  33. Training Expansion

    BRISBANE, May 13.—The expansion of manual subjects training in Queensland schools is planned for next ...

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  34. Citos Clear Of Radio-Activity

    BRISBANE, May 13.— Work on the freighter Citos was delayed for two hours to-day. ...

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  35. Blacked Out

    BRISBANE, May 13.— Nearly all suburbs of Brisbane was blacked out early to-night. The blackouts, ...

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  36. Work On College

    BRISBANE, May 13.— First section of the new Emmanuel College at St. Lucia University was expected to ...

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  37. Man Rescued From Headstock

    IPSWICH, May 13.—When a coal train passed through Bundamba at 7.30 to-night a signalman saw a man lying ...

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  38. Advice to Jimmy

    SYDNEY, may 13.—Boxing trainer, Bill McConnell, to-night announced be would advise the world ...

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  39. Auster Aircraft Seeks Uranium

    MOUNT ISA, May 13.—A second Auster aircraft has joined in the search for uranium in the Mt. Isa area. ...

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  40. Bank Rate Down

    LONDON, May 13.—The Bank of England announced to-day that its bank rate had been lowered to 3 per cent ...

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  41. Equestrian Events For Stockholm

    ATHENS, May 13.—The International Olympics Committee decided to-day that the equestrian events in the ...

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  42. S.P. Fines £3976

    BRISBANE, May 13.—Labour minister, Mr. A. Jones, said to-night that fines for illegal off the course betting ...

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  43. FIVE MEMBERS FOR LITERATURE BOARD

    BRISBANE, May 13.—Personnel of the Board of Literature Review is: Messrs W. C. Hamilton, Q.C. (chairman); J. P. Kelly, B.A. (deputy chairman); R. S. Byrne, B.A. ...

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  44. NEARLY £3 MILLION FOR OIL SEARCH

    SYDNEY, May 13.—More than £2,700,000 would be spent this year on the search for oil at Exmouth Gulf. ...

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  45. Midget Recorder

    MELBOURNE, May 13.— A wire recorder, smaller than the average library book, will be used soon by ...

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  46. Protests On Right Of Conscience

    MELBOURNE, May 13: Canberra migration authorities are studying protests by a Melbourne ...

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  47. RED PUBLICATION OF PETROV STORY

    SYDNEY, May 13.—The official Communist newspaper "Tribune" in this week's issue publishes the "inside story" of Russian spy Petrov's interview with four Australian ...

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  48. Low Record In Salaries

    BRISBANE, May 13.— Home missionaries' salaries had reached a low record in the history of the church, the ...

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  49. Rain In South

    BRISBANE, May 13.— Parts of South-east Queensland have had up to four inches of rain since ...

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  50. Explanations Were Accepted

    BRISBANE, May 13. Explanations of owner and trainer. Mr E Ray and Jockey W Briscop over the ...

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  51. Remanded On Murder Charge

    TARA, May 13.—Lionel Leslie James McKay (37) labourer, was charged in the Police Court to-day that ...

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  52. Queen Nearing Journey's End

    LONDON May 13 Reuter's correspondent aboard the cruiser Glasgow said the Queen to-day waved to ...

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  53. Butter Price Rise Sought

    SYDNEY, May 13.—Five shillings a lb was "a reasonable price" for butter farmers told the Dairy ...

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  54. Sydney String In Brisbane

    BRISBANE, May 13.—A total of 12 horses, valued at about £40.000 arrived from Sydney last to-day and were ...

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  55. Two Withdraw

    SYDNEY, May 13.— Kangaroos, Keith Holman, New South Wales half hack and Denis Flannery. ...

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  56. Fan Set Cooling

    BRISBANE, May 13.—Experimental cooling of railway fruit waggone will be carried out next summer with the ...

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  57. Age of Chivalry Survives

    NEW YORK, May 13.—A court ruled here to-day that a woman need not tell her age. Three judges of a special sessions Court [?] ...

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  58. Strikers Angry

    MARYBOROUGH, May 13. While the threatened extension of the strike at Messrs Walkers Ltd. to other ...

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  59. Got £7 in Error

    BRISBANE, May 13.—A totalisator [?] in the Rundamba inviting last Tuesday collected £7 to which ...

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  60. Finance Warning

    BRISBANE, May 13.— Presbyterian Church committee were warned in the board of annual finance ...

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  61. House Shortage

    SYDNEY, May 13.— Homes will have to be [?] at the rate of 35,000 a year for the next 10 years to over ...

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